General Motors will sell autonomous vehicles that do not have a steering wheel or control pedals in 2019 if everything goes well.
The interest of automobile manufacturers is increasing day by day with respect to autonomous vehicles. General Motors, one of the world’s leading automakers, plans to produce autonomous vehicles by 2019 without any steering wheel or control pedal.
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The 4th generation of the completely electric Chevrolet Bolt will be driven into the market and is currently being tested on public roads in the San Francisco and Phoenix cities of the United States. The company will carry out further driving tests in several cities in the coming period.
General Motors aims to develop and offer driverless autonomous vehicles to the service of consumers as soon as possible. For this reason, the automotive giant is trying to design more realistic automobiles instead of futuristic designs.
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As you can see in the video below, the autonomous vehicle developed by General Motors is very similar to today’s cars. The difference is that there is no steering or pedal. The right and left sides of the vehicle are symmetrical at the completely annoying level. In addition, the development process does not include endless exaggerated technologies.
Since there is no steering in the car, there is no life coming out of the steering wheel. The airbag safety of the person sitting in the ‘driver’s seat’ and the person sitting in the front passenger seat are exactly the same. In addition, although the car is autonomous, you still set the air conditioner with analog keys
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General Motors wants to sell vehicles without steering, gas, or brakes. Of course, there must be some legal permission for it, so there is no law for the sale of a car without steering. As a result, General Motors has to deal with formal operations as well as vehicle development